When we think of , what commonly comes to mind are honeybees or bumblebees, yet these stand for less than two percent of the nearly 500 bee types found at Pinnacles National Park. Bee variety at Pinnacles places amongst the highest possible recognized anywhere on Earth. The right here range in size from a sesame seed to an almond. Many go to blossoms to accumulate pollen to feed their young, yet about one in six varieties are cleptoparasites, indicating that they lay their eggs in the nests of other bee types. After the cleptoparasite young hatch, they consume the pollen meant for the other bee's young. By separating the resources on which all bees depend, many different types can make it through in a very small area. Even though the bee period below lasts nine months, most varieties are out for less than 2 months. By chronologically incredible active times, more bee types can fit into the same area. Another way many types of bees can exist together in a small space is to visit only specific species of blossoms. Various bee varieties additionally nest in different areas. Bees visit various types of blossoms at Pinnacles, yet particular flower varieties are far more regularly checked out than others. Three of the plants right here that are popular with a selection of are California buckwheat, deerweed, and woolly yerba santa. At least 260 varieties of have been seen along the 2. 3-mile Old Pinnacles Trail alone. The information over is from research performed by Terry Griswold and Olivia Messinger at the Bee Biology and Systematics Laboratory on the Logan Campus of Utah State University.
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